It’s SHABBAT “HA’AZINU/Give Ear or Listen” (sun-down Friday 25/09/2020 to sun-down Saturday 26/09/2020)…

SHABBAT SHALOM Brethren in YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH!

We hope you had a wonderful ROSH HA SHANAH/YOM TERUAH (New Year’s Day): sun-down Friday 18/09/2020 to sun-down Sunday 20/09/2020! Please accept our apologies for not posting anything. We tried out best however we were not able get round to it.

This is a High Holy Days season! We’re now in the 7th month of the year as per YAH’S Calendar (Exodus 12:1-2) [and the 1st month as per Genesis 1].

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HA’AZINU/LISTEN

TORAH :
Deuteronomy 32:1-32:52

PROPHETS:
Hosea 14:2-10;
Micah 7:18-20;
Joel 2:15-27

GOSPEL:
John 6:26-35
Hebrews 13:5-8

Today (sun-down Friday 25/09/2020 to sun-down Saturday 26/09/2020) is SHABBAT HA’AZINU!

On this Shabbat, we read about Prophet Moses/Moshe Ha Navi getting an opportunity to view the Promised Land (from afar) as well as ABBA YAHUVEH (a.k.a YAHWEH) Almighty revealing the future of Israel to him.

The main theme seen is: Sin – Overcoming Sin

The TORAH Cycle is coming to an end and a new one will commence in 2 weeks’ time
As next weekend is the start of SUKKOT/SUCCOTH, today’s TORAH Parasha/Portion is the second to the last one in this TORAH Reading Cycle.

The Book of Deuteronomy has 34 chapters in all. We’ll read and study Chapters 33 and 34 in the coming week however.

Then next weekend, we’ll be reading and studying a TORAH Parasha/Portion specifically designed for/tailored to SUCCOTH. Then the following week, we’ll be celebrating the start of a New TORAH Reading Cycle on the 8th and 9th days of the SUCCOTH Festival called SIMCHAT TORAH & SHEMINI ATZERET !

HalleluYAH HalleluYAH HalleluYAH!

This is a very important season we’re in. It’s crucial to key in well.

More information to be shared soon particularly concerning the upcoming YOM KIPPUR/DAY OF ATONEMENT (sun-down Sunday 27/09/2020 to sun-down Monday 28/09/2020)!

SHALOM & CHAG SAMEACH!

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